Helene Duhamel has a decades-long history with KOTA Territory News, first as a reporter, then producer/anchor and news director at both KDUH-TV and KOTA-TV. Today Helene continues to report, produce and anchor at KOTA Territory News.
Scott Gross joined KOTA in June 2014 as the nightly news anchor and producer. Scott can be seen on air Monday through Friday at 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.Scott comes to KOTA Territory via St. Cloud State University.
Alicia Garcia anchors the KOTA Territory News at 10 PM. She also produces Consumer Reports® which air at 5:30 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Alicia has been part of the KOTA Territory news team for over a decade.
Mike Modrick was fascinated by weather and science even as a young boy. Then in college, after exploring degrees in computer science, then communications, one class in Meteorology 101 changed his life. That early fascination turned into a career; and in 1981 he received a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology, with a double major in speech, from Iowa State University.
Joining the KOTA Territory sports team is a bit of a homecoming for Vic. He spent six years working at KDUH-TV in Scottsbluff, Neb. Vic then worked two years in Oregon before returning to the area of the country he considers home.
Born and raised in Rapid City, Katy knows the issues, the people and the stories that matter most to the people who live, work, and play in KOTA Territory. In August 2014, Katy became the news anchor for Good Morning KOTA Territory.
Eric Gardner joined the KOTA news team in December of 2002 as a morning and noon meteorologist and news anchor. After a stint as the nightside main anchor, Eric returns to sunrise as the Good Morning KOTA Territory meteorologist.
Nicole Tschetter joined the KOTA Territory News team as a general assignment reporter for Good Morning KOTA Territory. Nicole was a newspaper reporter at the Tallahassee Democrat where she reported features and weekend spot news but her real passion is for broadcast news.
Adam King joined KOTA Territory News as a general assignment reporter in November 2014. Adam recently graduated from Bowling Green State University where he was a feporter and sports anchor for the BG24 student broadcasts.
I was born and raised in the charming town of Oxford, Miss., home of the Ole Miss Rebels, aka The University of Mississippi. My family is originally from Egypt, and this culture has influenced who I am today.
Melea VanOstrand joined the KOTA-TV news team just weeks after her May 2014 graduation from Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, to take over the reporting of local news in Sheridan and Gillette.
The Rapid City Stevens High School graduate got his start in TV at KOTA in 1997 in the creative department as a commercial photographer, but after 11yrs away from home honing his craft, he returned in 2011 to the KOTA Territory News Team as a video journalist
John started his broadcasting career as a radio announcer in high school and college; before turning to TV news in Rapid City in 1978. He also worked in Denver and Saginaw, Mich., before returning home, taking the helm of KOTA-TV News.
One thing to know about Cindy Davis; she is an open book. What you see is what you get whether it is on television, on the street or at the local pub. Television turned out to be a perfect fit; telling the honest, unbiased stories of others - good, bad or ugly.
Stephany took on a massive challenge as soon as she joined KOTA Territory News as the executive producer in May 2014. She became responsible for the launch of KOTA-TV's first morning show, Good Morning KOTA Territory.
A Philadelphia, Penn., native; Marjorie came to KOTA Territory News in July 2014 by way of Texas where she honed her morning show producing skills. We put them to the test with the new Good Morning KOTA Territory show.
Jack retired from KOTA-TV News in February 2012 but was lured back for a new career in digital news just seven month later as the editor of the website MyTown. He became the first digital content manager for KOTA-TV News in June 2014.